Please join us on July 18, 2023, for our next CLE event. This month’s CLE will be held from 12:00 to 1:15 pm via webinar. We anticipate 1.00 General CLE credit in Ohio for this event.
Our speakers will be John Luken and Matthew Molloy of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP.
Mr. Luken and Mr. Molloy will discuss this term’s Supreme Court decisions directed to Copyright Fair Use (Warhol v. Goldsmith), Parody as Protected Speech in Trademark Law (Jack Daniel’s v. VIP), and Patent Enablement (Amgen v. Sanofi). Additionally, they will discuss the upcoming Supreme Court trademark decision in the “Trump too small” case (Vidal v. Elster) and Federal Circuit decisions directed to patent eligibility for diagnostic methods (CareDx Inc. v. Natera, Inc.), AI Inventorship (Thaler v. Vidal), IPR Estoppel (Ironburg Inventions), as well as some follow-on decisions of Minerva and Arthrex.
Finally, Mr. Luken and Mr. Molloy will also discuss any changes in the law or courts, including the judicial fitness lawsuit against Federal Circuit Judge Newman.
The webinar event will be 60 minutes.
- free for CincyIP members,
- free for students and academics, and
- $15.00 for non-members.
Register here by Monday, July 17, 2023, at 5:00 PM.
About the Speakers:
|John Luken focuses his practice on patent infringement litigation and appeals, as well as complex commercial and other intellectual property litigation. He has handled patent infringement cases involving a variety of services and products, including commercial forms and related software, software-related business method patents in the printing and financial services industries, metal beverage cans and closures, surface coal mining blasting methods, liquid beverage concentrates and related packaging, automated barge refurbishing methods, service station petroleum equipment, and retail security products. While his practice currently focuses largely on patent infringement matters, John has handled a wide variety of other types of complex litigation matters, ranging from securities, commodities, RICO and fraud claims arising out of complicated derivatives transactions to shareholder derivative litigation, environmental litigation, business and government contracts cases, and ERISA class action cases. Clients appreciate his ability to prioritize their needs and objectives and to approach matters flexibly and creatively – rather than in a one-size-fits-all manner. John’s methods help complex matters be resolved favorably, expeditiously and cost-effectively. He has been an active member of the influential Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production (WG-1), participating in several Sedona drafting teams, including the Sedona Case for Cooperation (urging more rational, expeditious, and less expensive discovery processes).|
Matthew Molloy is admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and has extensive experience in the preparation and prosecution of patents in the U.S. and abroad. He manages international patent portfolios and his practice encompasses a variety of technical areas such as chemical/chemical engineering, materials, polymers, petroleum refining, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, mechanical engineering, software, and business methods. Additionally, Matt is experienced in rendering patent opinions, including freedom to operate, validity, state-of-the-art, patent landscape, patentability, and due diligence opinions. He is adept at negotiating, drafting and analyzing IP licensing agreements, and has counseled a broad range of clients, from Fortune 500 companies to small startups, regarding the protection of intellectual property and innovation. His patent and intellectual property knowledge has led to speaking engagements over the last year related to supreme court and federal circuit intellectual property and patent law decisions.